OCSE collects information from federal, state and private sources to share with state child support programs. The information includes employment and wages, SSA benefits, military entitlements, financial accounts and balances, insurance claims, unemployment, and child support case data. States use this information to ensure that paternity is established, fair and equitable child support orders are in place, and child support is paid consistently.
Authorized federal agencies use the employment and wage information to prevent fraudulent payments and ensure the integrity of federal benefit programs such as the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and housing assistance from Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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- November 26, 2013Presents questions and answers raised by states in conference calls to discuss Release 13-02
- November 26, 2013The FPLS State Service Portal at a Glance provides a brief synopsis of each application available through the portal
- October 4, 2013Provides information on enhancements to the FPLS implemented in Release 13-02
- July 5, 2013Provides the record specifications and instructions for the FCR application's new functionality in Release 13-02
- June 28, 2013Current status of options selected by states to receive additional FPLS data or take advantage of filtering offered by the FCR
- January 4, 2013Provides state child support agencies with the technical aspects of establishing/maintaining interfaces between state systems and the FCR
- December 7, 2011Provides federal and state agencies requesting NDNH data with a general overview of the NDNH and limitations on its use
- May 17, 2012Links to states' new hire reporting websites for employers reporting their newly hired employees
- April 10, 2013A national directory that contains employment (i.e., new hires and quarterly wages) and unemployment insurance information
- December 29, 2011Provides information about the Federal Case Registry, a database that contains child support case and participant data